Over at Discovery News I'm reading Natalie Wolchover's Life's Little Mysteries piece Is the Baltic Sea 'Sunken UFO' a Scam?
This's my response to Natalie's Jonathon Hill quote "Peter Lindberg, head of the Ocean X Team, either has let his imagination run wild or has an ulterior motive".
If he says 'Hey rich tourists take no notice of the all-knowing Jonathon Hill and pay through the nose to see my flying saucer of stone!" he gets a lot of people paying for the novelty in the same way all the efforts of Randy and the Psi Cops to put spiritualist 'woo-woo artists' out of business's only succeeded in putting them (and him) on a par with minor rockstars.
Instead Lindberg says "I haven't got a clue what it is but here're some of the anomalies we seem to be encountering..." and suddenly he's a 'crook'!
Given the location - especially in relation to the repositioning of the Cold War entities as Commercial Espionage and Economic Warfare units for Military-Industrial concerns - it wouldn't surprise me if Lindberg's stumbled on an experimental technological interference installation developed by the likes of those behind the Flame 'virus'.
Even if it's not that it may be some genuine magnetic geomorphic effect which's only now showing up due to increased technological sensitivity.
Who's really being objective and who's truly making extraordinary claims for personal benefit?
Can't we wait until Lindberg's actually guilty of something before we start hanging him?